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' THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND. FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 20 1907.
NEWS OF THE SPORTING WORLD
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BEAVERS VJiH BY
LATE BAT RALLY
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Angels Get Long 'Lead but
Locals Make Five Runs in
the Seventh and Eighth, ,
THE SCORE IS 'TIED
FOR SIX INNINGS
Then Brashcar Oftii Sack With
TbJvBagger awd Dilloa ..Figure
. t'p HU eMntAge,bi To Soon
McCredJe's Three w ITayer.
. TEST KRDAT ;8r RESULTS. r
Portland, : l Angele. 4.. v
Ban Fraaclaco, ; Oakland. 4..' ,
8TAKDINO ' OF. TMB. CLVB8. '
. , -won. - Liot. Pr cent
Ixs Angelea ., ,,..M
Bant Franclaco ....87 .
Oakland .......... ..M
Portland ........ .ol
77 . .0
T.tini rwiW ram from Los Aa-
geles" yssterday ; after Captain DlUon
had" It counted, for himself and ba Tlg
urad out hi new percentage with that
iuu on tha -winning aide. . .;. i
tha ievenUi andelgufn aid itAf""lbe
opening of the aecond half of tha sev
enth tha Angel had a comfortable lead,
the figure being 4 .to" V At the end
of tha eighth It wae to 4 In favor of
porlland'and thafa the war etayed.
The name waa above the average la
features, and quite aatlafled the fan.
T'n to tha seventh the seor waa a tie.
Kach ld drew a goose egg the. fj'
flv trie at the bat. .Then Kddl Kln
sella walked Cravath, hit Bran hear and
let DelniHa drive one aafe - to center
field. Collie Druhot had It quickly, and
put It back into the air, but the throw
waa far to the right, and Cravath
reached the register. , ,- - ) , . .
Portland evened It up In the aecona
half. Donahue drew a paaa.and reached
third on McCredie double. He atarted
to aqueeza In and would - have been
caught. but-DoHyOraytarew-.a, , H"
too wild and Hogan only barely stopped
the abll with hie mitt.. '
Brash Brings la Three. .
In the flrat f the aeventh Vom An
gelea atowed three away. Kinaella. who
waa wild moat of the time, aoaked Ber
nard after having fanned Gray. Car
line lined one to center and Dillon eatf
rtflced, making two out and a man on
- second and one on third. . Cravath,, next
at bet, didn't look, good to Klnaella, who
paaaed him and concentrated hla battery
on -Kitty"- Braahear. He got two
strikes anTTlO balla-mt the- Angel third
aacker. The third one he toaaed waa
an eaay mark, and ' Kit" lined It all
the way to th center field fence, clear
ing the baaea for a three-bagger.
The fana who left at that point
mlaaed eomethlng. Caaey atarted the
aecond half with a two-bagger, and Dru
hot promptly brought him home with a
single. But that wasn't enough. Four
runa were made In the eighth. - Gray
went wild and walked Fay, Klnaella and
-Caaey, Byrnee doubled and Baaeey etnr
glad, and the rest of the damage waa
done by ElllSi Hogan and Dillon, who
made Los Angelea'three ; errora jnght
. ' thf,rV . ..
rial i irrty sug jwiwfw, n . -
arrived lat nlsbl. andTlodaThey W1TJ
be in uniform. Meeban, a man from
Fort Wayne. Indiana, waa In uniform
yeaterday. He will be given a try at
flrat baae. The official acore
t -I..--- IiOS AKOEL.E8. -
.... AH. R. H. PO. A. E.
nernard. Jh. .'.i T. . . . . .4 11 11
Carllale, If 1
Dillon. Jb. , ..v... J.J
Cravath, rf .......... . J' J
. Braahear, Jb..... ,. .. I 0
Kllla. cf , J,
lielmaa, a. ........ 4 0
Hoean. e 4 0
Gray, p..... 4 .
TotaT ,...:......:.I0 4; T 14
- AB.R.H. FO.
run. h I J 1 0
Druhot, cf... ........ 4 1
aHaaaey, If ..-..-.---0
Donahue. lb.......... 1
Mott. Ib.f .Hf ' 5
Va - ........... 2. 1
TJvrne. 4 0.17
KinaeUa. P 19
Total .. 10 7 14 1
SCORE BY INNINGS. -Lot
Angelea ..,.. 1 0 a 4
H1U t I 1 I I 1 I 1- J
Portland .....,.. MMlli-l
SITMMART. . .
Struck out, by Gray t. Klnaella. (.
SOFT AND STIFF . ,
They Und th teat. how their
quality and satisfy th wearer.
166 and 168 Third Su.
Baaea en balla,' off Gray t. Klnaella
n. i . . . i . f 41. t ' u .Mr
Three-baae hita, Braahear. Sacrifice
hlta. -Dillon: Stolen baaea, Braahear,
Caaey, Donahue. Hit by pitched balla,
Braahear. Fay. Bernard. Paaaed balla,
Byrnea, I. Flrat baae oh errora, Port
land. 1; Loe Angelea. t. Wild' pltchea.
Gray. Left on baata, Loa Angelea. t;
Portland, 11. Time of game, t hours
and 'II mlnutea. Umpire, Derrick.
At Cleveland St. vLouls
At Seattle Seattle 4. Spokane I. '
At Tacoma Aberdeen i. Tacoma 0.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati I, Chicago i.
;. . Commatcn Lom " on Error. '
San Franclaco, Sept. "So. Oakland loat
yeaterday'a game on four costly errora.
fence In the eighth Inning. , Score: . ,
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San Franclaco. ..91019910 J 8 10 , 0
. . iaaaaaai a a m ' K
UKKIina -.e .VVVWWVaV w -W v
Wright' an .BHm. , '
CO-EDS WILL DO
STUNTS ON TRACK
Outdoor Sports for Women
T?privnfl ntWflgiiinorrmi ,
,.(. ,., f . r.. r
t - (Spedal Dtoaatah- to Tea IwhhU
Seattle, .. Sept. . 0. Unlveralty of
Washington eo-eda are going to ahow
the man that they- can do more than
make fudge, dreaa prettily. guah co
piously and accept dance lnviutlona.
Theyh are going- to do something really
worth while this year namely organ
ise a track team and show their ' male
f rtenda how to turn out and do thtnga.
Finishing touchea were put on the worn-
en'a athletic field. In the primeval for
est north of the "U" building this sum
mer7aHdthsra7TTefroiB"nantallx1nf mala glancea, they will go after reo
orda with aa much seal ae do their sla
ters In Smith and Vaaaar,
Women'i athletic has been defunct
for several yeara at the unlveralty.
Eight yeara ago the co-eds used to get
out and run. Jump and throw the
weights with alt the enthusiasm of the
men and sometimes more. Boon, how-
s verr true k a porta paaaed from popular
ity, until zinauy oaaaeiDaii waa me
only thing left. But tola, too, waa dea
B. F. Roller, the wrestler,, then physi
cal director,- appliad-the knlfa and 4he
gam waa no more. He contendel that
women were Injured physically by the
roughneaa of the aport, and that open
gatnea war unseemly and the faculty
agreed. - . -
Lrfiat year, under the leadership of
Miss Levlna Rudbers. the women re
gained -a little of their former athletic
greutneaa by taking up rowing and
croas-country running. . (several excel
lent crewa were turned out, and some of
the fair ones showed abllltjr and endur
ance In the long distance sprints. This
year the competitive truck shorts will
be In vogue again, when the co-eds will
have a chance to aee who can run fast-
the farthest. They are seriously In
earnest about It, and If Con 1 bear won't
coach them once In a while they aay
they know a couple of athletea at the
IT who will. . . ,
SEATTLE BOXER MAKES
GOOD RECORD IN EAST
Tbe Philadelphia Item, under data of
September 14, says: " .
' Percy Cove of Seattle. Washington,
whose physical makeup has caused him
to be facetiously referred to as the
"human toothpick," made hla first ap
pearance In the east at the Sharkey
A. C. New York, on Wednesday night,
and after six ,ounda of fast milling
forced Tommy clone, the rugged. Mew
Yorker, to quit in the sixth round.
Cove haa a good record in the weat,
and his showing on Wednesday stamps
him as a man to -ha reckoned with in
the bantam-weight clasa. He can read
ily scale 118 at ringside and haa never
yet taated defeat. Standing five feet
ten Inches, with an abnormally long
reach and a atyle distinctively his own,
with which he combines marvelous
speed and an ability. to hit a blow of
the knockout caliber with either hand.
It Is not to be wondered st him "bring
ing home the bacon" eo frequently. In
hla bout with Tommy Stone tha latter
never landed a blow ofv. consequence
during the bout.
Cove left yesterday mhmlng for St.
Joe, Missouri, where he meets a man,
Teddy Peppera, In the ball park next
Sunday afternoon The man Peppers
is a bit heavy for him, but Harry Gil
more of Chicago, who made tha match
for Cove, thinks well enough of his
chances to wager 1509 on htm being
returned a winner.
I mmedlat ely af ter" th "bout he will
return to Philadelphia ready to meet
Kid Bee he. Tommy O'Keefe, Joe Tbeel
and Jack Langdon.
FOOTBALL AT CRICKET A
Sailors from three British 'shins In
the harbor, the Kalomo, the Strathness
and the Tola will play a practice foot
ball game tomorrow agalnat a team
composed of members of the Portland
Aanoclatlnn Football club. The game
wilt be played at the cricket ground
and 'will begin at 1:10 o'clock. The
sailors' lineup follows:
Forwards. A. F. Lucas. F. Osborne,
A. Smith. G. Bridges: center, J. Rob
inson; ls Ives, W. Wallace, J. Todd. A.
H. - Rayner; fullbarka. J. Boyd. J,
Quayle; goal, J. Addison. . . .
COAST MEN COMPETE
ON CANADIAN TRACK
(Caltefl Press Leased Win.)
Montreal. Sept. 10. Canada's twenty
fourth annual track and field meet, in
volving the champlonahlps of the do
minion, will be held tomorrow on tha
f rounds of the Montreal Amateur Ath
ene association. In addition to the
Canadians entries," a number of crack
athletes from the United States will
take part In the contests. Including four
from the Pacific coast. Heretofore' the
gladiators from ths states have won
first honors In nearly all the events,
but the Csnadian clubs have exception
ally good atrlngs of runners entered and
hope, to keep a large proportion of tbe
champlonahlps at hem.- ...
. Rosebra Dangerously III. '
(Tailed Preac Leased Wlr )
New York. Sept. 20. Roseben, Amer
ica's grestest sprinter and weight car
rier of the laat three year"- la danger
ously sick at Gravesend from blond
poisoning. The blond poisoning cornea
aa the result of a slight Injury received
during the running of the Flight Stakes
at Sheepshead ,Iia last week- .
SOME GOSSIP OF
THE FIGHT GAME
Fall of Dick Ilyland Tragedy
of Yearfcurke and John
son Furnish Comedy.
GANS HAS NO MORE
WORLDS TO CONQUER
New York Authorities Will Counten
ance Boxing Bouts If Carried on
Within Loom Interpretation of
Law Funny Story of Negro,
"-TTyaTTwnlrig: . ;
New York, Sept. JO. Within the' lsst
10 dava the fight lovers of New Tork
ha,ve witnessed a tragedy and a comedy
In the ring.
tThe fall of little "Fighting" Dick Hy-
land before Tommy Murphy at Phila
delphia on Wednesday evening waa th
tragedy.. . . '.
The six rounds between big - Jack
Johnson snd "Sailor" Burke, oa Thurs
day evening at Bridgeport, waa too
Several weeks ago 'Tied" Sammy Me
Clintock brought "Fighting" Dick to
the east. In the expectation of finding
n i. vifttm. where
He aal nSfurphy' rlfTo"Sl6p BerT Keyef
Urns, where,, men . grow ..riieie.
in six ruunus. '
"Murphy Is a pipe for Pick." said
Sam. - -
- Thereupon he algned articles for a
alx-round bout at tha Js'Uonai Athletic
club In Philadelphia.
You know the reat, "Fighting" Dick,
aa brave a boxer aa ever donned the
gloves, waa knocked Into the diacard,
and now la a aecond rater.
Up at Bridgeport on Thursday even
ing Smith' theatr waa crowded with
1,000 , "fall guys'' who witnessed th
Burk-Johnaon hippodrome. The mid
night smoke weighed 10; he Is six
feet and one Inch tall; his reach equals
thst of Jeffries. TTM In six rounds he
failed to atop "Sailor" Burke, a middle
weight, who has not yet had aufflclent
experience to get out of the novice clasa
johnaon Tery Crooked.
men In the ring, smiled through six
rounds aa he tapped Burke In the stom
ach and paid no attention to the "Sall
or'a" unguarded jaw, which awaited a
knockout. - . .
This I the heavyweight who has
shouted . from the Paclflo to th At
lantic that he la the heavyweight cham
pion because "Jeff" refused to meet
BuTlohnson'B"faDrure lo teat Burke is
a reflection not on hla fighting ability,
but on his honesty.
Btlt twlaney Is In town, with his
ni"Of oourae you'r after a fight with
Jack Johnson," Delaney waa aaked thia
VVHrdly," he aald. 'Tm looking Xot
something softer. Tou know "Al" la
only a novice yet."
Jo Oan hss fought himself Into the
same predicament that Alexander did
many hundred yeara ago there'e noth
ing for him to conquer. He's npw a tea
to four bet agalnat any lightweight In
the ring. He is Jn a class by himaelf.
There's another claaa under him that
contains Packey McFarland of Chicago;
George Memalv-now or-ios AnKeiej
Tommy Murphy or wew mra; ioun
xrwXr ninlPTririlff- and "Fighting
rii..t. Tivl.nH . 14 has a match ou with
Memslc or Burns, aa he prefers to be
called, and Tom McCarey of Loe Angeles
thinks thst it will be a big drawing
card. So it will be. Burns won't draw
much. But any one ought to be willing
to glv up a good fat prlc for a ticket
to ae th great lightweight perform.
Oans Compared to Tltsarmmrra. -
CanS is growing old; ho can't last
much longer, snd there may not be an'
other fighter like him for many yeara.
Bob Fitxslmmons.- the other great man
of thia age, la done. Those lovers of
fighting who have failed to see either
of them may live to be gray before they
will have the chance to see another
fighting machine which is th equal of
cither. . k
urh.t ... tha onnlltle in common be
tween these two great pugilists? Their
inini. .AAinaai In the rln and their
nhort arm blowa. Though Cans beat
Brltt praetlcall-y with nia ion atone, ma
finest work is done with hla right.
That short hook or punch to th Jaw or
the heart, delivered after he has drawn
a lead from his opponent, la his main
dependence. It does not travel more
than eight Inches. But It carries
"Gans delivers that blow" said MIk
(Twin) Sullivan, who waa knocked out
with on of them two year ago
"either Inside your guard or aa a right
cross over your, left arm .when he has
drawn a lead from you. If It I a eroes.
It Is to the Jaw. If it Is inside from a
distance. It is to the heart. In clinches
and breaks It becomes a hook to the
law. It la deadly. I know, because I
got one square . on the point of th
Of course some day some husky
young fellow will get through that Im
maculate guard, and. reaching Gan'a
stomach or law, will floor him. Be
cause all fighters, except Jim Jeffries
snd Jack" McAulIfre." have been fools.
They hsve never known when to re
tire. Jeffries and McAullffe are the
only ones, who In this see, have had
aenae enough to quit while they were
Off totals Favor Clean Boxing.
i Though ' two boxing clubs In New
York hsve been rslded by ths police
within the past two weeks, that does
not mean that the game Is don for
here. The police magistrates before
whom these eases are brought. In th
first Instance, sre. In sympathy with
the athletes, and only hold'them when
the violation of the law has been so
flagrant thst It cannot be overlooked.
Magistrate Kernochan. a young lawyer
who cornea from a family famous in
ths "Four Hundred." snd Magistrate
"Battery" Dan Finn, who has mad
himaelf famous In one of the toughest
sections of Manhattan, before whom
tha recent victims were taken, exnreaaed
sympathy for the boxer and club of
f'c'n'e. . ' ..
This Is what General Bingham, police
pommislsoner, commander of all "the
bluecoats of ureaier new lors, saiu
r-wetitltf on tha atthlect:
"1 am a fighting man myself. I don't
mind these bouts, but they must be
conducted in such a way that I shall
not have, all the Puritans of the city
down about my eara. If you people ar
going to run orderly clubs all right.
But If there la to be trouble you must
- Thus It Is up, to the club managers. .
The law of the state Uoes not permit
tha onen sale of tickets. It Is a fta-ht
at which an admission fee la charaed
that Is Illegal. The clubs which got
Into trouble recently were caught selling
tickets In corner saloons. Thoae prop
erly managed get around the law by re
aulrlna nvervone to slsn a membership
application. WUalhat .goes. a. fee. and
admission. This process, sooa lawyers
declare, contains no legal iiaw. ,
Th aalllvu-qulre Oo.
A fight which will attract national
attention la thxt between Jack (Twin)
Sullivan and Bill Hqulres. - "Boshter
Bill," -over whose prostrate form, on
the sfternoon of July 4, Tommy Burns
leaped Into International renown-, la to
have another chance. Mike Rulllvnn,
Jack's twin, says that Jack will weigh
about Hit Squires will go at about lii.
While Mike was In New York recently
he received word from Jack toetart at
once for th coast. He went back home
and left In the middle of the week for
the Golden Gate. He will train nia
brother. These two flghtera get along
"Which is the elder?" Mrs. Jeremiah
Sullivan, the mother, waa aaked re
cently at th family bom In Cam
brldg.' ' .
"Mik, by If minute. sh answered
Billy Elmer, manager of the Conaoli
dated Athletio club, threw hla hand
high In the air when It waa suggested
to him that he put on a conteat between
two good negro boxers.
"No, sir." he cried. "Never again.
Did you hear th Inside story of that
match between Jo Jeannette and
Black Bill when the latter lay down?
In the third round BI1L who had been
pounded in the face by Jeanette, got
down on his knee In the ring.-
Back to JEla Duns Oar.
Mr. Referee,' said he If yo' want
me to get up yo'll have to lir me."
"After the black had gone to the
dressing room I went out to learn what
waa the matter.
"'Look hyar. now. Mr. Elmer said
h. 'Ah done tol' yo that Ah waen t
trained for to fight no sucn niggan as
thia hv.r. jMnntt.' -Yo' man com
over to mah home In Philadelphia, and
aee me when Ah wae jea' home from
a hard day work on mah dump kyart.
An s a hard wonting man. ne
mo.."Bllk does .yoWit to fight. Joe
Jeanette alx rounda," And All saya
"No, Ah don't wantv none of that
Jeannette. Ah a In -eonditlon-to lght
that nlggah." Then he aaya. eaye
he. "Bill, yo Jea" have to etay alx
rounds an yo" gets $76." , .
"That 476 looks bigger than mah
dump kyart. ao Ah agreea to come.
When Ah geta Into the ring tonight the
nouncer suys. "this will be a 10-round
bout." Ah didn't come hyar to fight no
10 rounda with that powerful nlggah, ao
Ah lea' naturally stops. Ah did.
"'Mr. Klmer. yo" doan't have to pay
me no money if yo don't want to. Ah
can walk back to mah dump kyart. Ah a
got a good pair of ahoes and Ah knows
the road. Ah weren't goin' to stand and
let that big nlggah punch mah hald.
MrVif lrra.mln f'"' aln,t no h,m-
KETCHEL WILL 0T
FIGHT AGAIIi SOOIi
- - -'
Pugilists Use Weight Ques
tion to Dodge Him Next.
Friday's Battle.' .
, (Pad Mc Cesst Press Leased Wire.)
San Francisco, Sept. 20. Kid Ketch
el's chance" for landing a match in this
eity within the next month seems to be
fading aa th hours roll by. Jo
Thomas confided to his Intimate friends
that he would not enter the ring with
th Montana whirlwind at 1(4 pounds.
Rannv Sella- says positively that unless
Ketchel does.142 pounds for Gans noth-j
Ing will be stirring. Keicnei s manager,
Jack O'Connor, will not listen to thia
Ketchel is up against a dilemma. He
good card with any man near hla
weight, but there Is nobody to balance
th scales at hla notch. '
Follower of th ram ar busy figur
ing on what will happen when Squires
and Sullivan -hook up a Week from to
morrow afternoon. Already a few small
beta have been made, with Squlrea on
the long end at 10 to . Nobody has
figured out why such a price should pre
vail, but the public has fixed the odds.
Sullivan haa done a lot of fighting In
the last few years, but, strange to say,'
haa never atarted In this city. He per
formed creditably in Los Angeles and
throughout ths northwest and tried
many times to get on here, but for
some reon mew, was i
he could not break In.
MIDGET COLLEGE MEN
TO PLAY ACADEMICS
" (SpfeUl, Dispatch te The JoaraaL)
Seattle, Sept 10. Believing that this
Is not the age for little men In football,
as many of the advocates of the new
rales so loudly proclaimed before they
were put to the test. Coach Victor
Place, of the state - unlveralty, an
nouncea that he will put ' two light
teams In the game this fall, In addition
to the varsity and second elevens, to
play with out-of-town high schools. This
will give tbe fellow who ar too small
to wear a varsity suit becomingly a
chance to enjoy the aport In their own
claaa. - -
It Is Place' plan to get together a
couple of teama averaging between 1S6
Snd 140 pounds. Many ofthe lively
lightweight students want to avoid the
confining gymnaalum work and would
gladly accept such a diversion as a sub
stitute for the task of daily wrestling
frantically With gilded dumbls" and
Nearly all of the game will b played
away from Seattle. Any high schools
In the state desiring game with col
leg teama of their own weight can se
cure them by addressing Victor Place,
football coach, Unlveralty of Waahlng
ton, Seattle. . -
BUNKER HILL ELEVEN
TO PRACTICE SUftDAY
Over in Holladay addition th Bunker
Hill football club, which ha had an
eleven in the field for several seasons
past, will have Its first preliminary
practice Sunday forenoon at East Sixth
and Clackamaa streets. Most of last
season s players have reported to Cap
tain Kennedy and others have signified
their Intention of trying for positions.
The team will average about 166 pounds
and expecta to play several out-of-town
games, being ' particularly anxious to
meet McMlnnvllle at the college town.
The Owanpunpun club at Astoria will
probably be brought here during the
aeason by th Bunker Hills. The man
agement Invites experienced or ambi
tious pigskin chasers to try out for the
team. . ... . . ,
SHARKEY'S TIPS ON BACKS.
(P rifle Coast Press Leased Wire.)
San Francisco, Sept. SO. The original
Sharkey's (telegraph handicap selections:
Lexington One. Silver Cup, No .'En
gine, Rexall; two, Nellette. Helen Vlr-
&lnla, French Nun; three, Whlak Broom,
elsar, Parisian Model; four, Hasel
Patch, Overland. Hartlng; five. Countess
of Melbourne. Plexsnnt View Belle. Van
sel; six. Lady Carol, Susanna Rocamora,
Toronto One, ScarfeU. Bonnie Beg,
Donna Elvira; two, Bnnyah. Petulant,
Grand Dame; three. Pater Knight. First
Mason. .Oberon; four. Frank finmera,
Buckman Bally Castle; five. Kelpie,
Photographer. Ayrwater; six. Goes Fast,
Mollere. Kitty Smith.
Elcctrlc, Light Flsh Tackle..2
From the Ellsabethtown News.
Bud Aahlock. who Is one of the best
fishermen In this section or sny other
section, Is fixing to scoop up all the
local sports who us th reel and line
IT hnanTe''fflntrlTrmg whim tis
thinks Is sure To catch tiiem. A msll
wlr runs through th eyelets on th
pole down the line to lust below the
hook, where a wire Is connected on the
bunk with a Smnll portable battery.
When the line l dropped Into th water
trie light Is turned on. and attraots all
the fish for to -yards around. Of course
tha first on to see the wrlrgllng min
now tikes the cork under and the fish
la landed. Everybody la watting to hear
from Bud when he goes fishing,.
BROKEN AT FAIR
Sir John S. Sets New North-
west Pacing Mark for
; the Mile, v
WINS GREATER SALEM
STAKE IN FOUR nE ATS
CallfornU Horse Pace Distance in
' 3:074 Delilah . 'Break Track
- Record la Flrat Heat Take Fry
Heat to Deckle 2:23 Trot.
Salem. Or- Sept 10. At th raoe at
th "fair- f rounda- yesterdgyr-Str-Jhn B.,j
belonging to W. L. Vane or Marysvut.
California, brok th horthwet record
by pacing a mil In 1:07 tt, winning first
money in th Greater Salem 16,000 stake.
Four beats wr run. John 8. took
ths last three, making th record in th
aecond. Second money was won by De
lilah, owned by H. Delaney f Loa An
gelea, who won th first heat la :0IH.
LThlrd money was taken by Miss Oor.
gie, Deionginr tu . Y .
Montana, and fourth by U B. Undaey s
Lord Lovelace. ;
,..,in lii i tl trfll .flrat mftMfc w toltaa
by Henry Gray, owned by J. 1. Wal
lac. fair ground; second by Irene,
owned by Hoi ton Martin, Olympia; third
by Lady W,. owned by L. C. Bcheel of
Walla Walla, and fourth by Van orte,'
owned hy A.. G. PhlUlpa, Spokane. The
beat time In thia race was 2:11. made
by Henry Gray Id the fourth heat. All
flv beats war run In thia race,
rrlaoess Direct Wins Tret,
In the t-year-old trot W. Hogoboom's
Princess Direct easily Won first money
by taking; both of th two heat. Sec
ond and Third money was divided equal
ly between N. K. Weeta Hllgard and
George Glll'a Lassie Tangent, each tak
ing aecond r-lac In one neat.
Only one running race wa run, in
Salem Derby of m mile. Melor, Kam
sack and St. Albans - won flrat. second
and third money, respectively; best
time. 1:66. .
Thr attendance-was Tnuchr larger than
ever before at the track, and the racea
fully justified the Interest taken In
them.- The first heat eatabliahed a new
track record when Delilah made the mile
In S-.08H, though more than a aecond
waa clipped oif of It by Sir, John 8. In
the next heat. In tha second heat De-
Hllah led the first quarter, but was
thrown back during the second, in tne
laat half Mlsa Georgle and Lord Love
lace led almost neck and neck. Sir John
following several lengtns behind. Dur
ing the homestretch Sir John spurted
and easily ... passedih e other, Jl woa n d
won by several lengths. ATtsr this
there waa little doubt of -the result of
the race, as Sir John had all the rest
at his mercy. Delilah was practically
out of the race, though the first place
which she had won in the first heat
f ave her second money. In tbe remain
ng heats Intereat chiefly centered on
the contest for aecond place between
Lord Lovalac and Mlaa Georgle. -
. Host Bxolting Bae of erlea, "
In th J: IS trot It waa necessary to
run the whole flv heata to give any
horse first money, and It was probably
the most exciting race of the series.
At the beginning of tbe raoe It could
not Dfl saia mat mere waa any tavor
lte. In the flrat heat Henry Gray was
th flrat 'half 'of'th heat,and f'lfsofsr
behind the ead that It seemed almost
impossible for him to prevent being dis
The speed with whloh h mad up th
space and cam In a close third at. once
brought htm Into favor and In th indi
vidual betting money waa offered from
1 to 3 to even that he would win the
second heat. Ha mad a brav attempt
to do so, but loat It by a nose to Irene,
both horse doing their best. However,
it waa apparent that th Anal spurt had
taken tha best speed out of Irene, and
as far as she was concerned th gray
horse had nothing further to fear. . In
th third Henry Gray changed hi pol
icy and kept near or at the lead through
the greater part of the three remaining
races. It was in the third race that he
made the mile In l:lVi. In the third
and fourth Lady W. took second place,
but it was taken from her by a final
spurt by Van Norte on tbe horn stretch
In th fifth.
. In the t-year-old trot, for a purs of
1400, Princes Direct had everything her
own way for the first place. . Hllgard
caused some surprise by losing tbe sec
ond place In the second heat, and thus
taking only half of the second and third
money. This was caused by hiaashow
Ing a desire to break within a few
lengths of the wlr and, while hi driver
wa holding him In, Lasal Tangent
apurted and passed htm by a no. ,
Th Day's Summary.
Greater Salem stake, :0 race, purs
John 8.. b. h., Dlablo-Alcan-
tara Jr. (Vance)., (Ill
Delilah, b. m., Zolock-Gypay
(Walker) 1 4 I
Mlsa Georgia, br. m., McKln-
ney-unknown (Oarrlty) 4 S I t
Lord Lovelace, b. a, Lovelace
Maggie (Lindaey) I I t I
-Time, I:0H, :07H. 1:M, I:M,
Cope De Oro, Sherlock Holmea, Queen
B., Tidal Wave, Knlck -Knack, Lancera,
Blrdall, Oil! M. and Bonnie M. elao
Trot, t:Il clasa, pure 500:
Henry Gray, gr. g., Zombro-
Rock wood (Brookr) t t 1 I 1
Irene, h. m . Martin's Florida-
Birdie (Prior) 1 1
Lady W b. m., Mohegan-Mol-lie
(Erwtn) 4 I
Van Nort. blk. K- Del Norte-,
Ingraham (Phillips) ...... I 4 I 4 t
Time, 1:2m, 1:20. 1:U, 1:11, 1:20.
Oyama, Alamo and Zephrln also
- Oregon stakes, 1-year-olds, trot, purse
Princess Direct, b. m.. Teddy A
Idy Mack (Hogoboom) - 1 1
ITllrarri h . Kallanall-Klttr Cau-
Lassie - Tangent, b,
Hnlmdel (Gill) ..
Time, 3:01, l it.
Balem Derbv. on
and on eighth
miles, purse $300 Melor (Mentry) won,
Kamsock (Small) second, fltalbln (Pow
ell) third; time, 1:60. Stlmy and laa
belleta also ran. '
A church steeple la utilised aa a trap
by an enterprising ' English official.
From his point of vsntag he can see
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